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Web Design Weekly #338

Headlines The Three Types of Performance Testing In this post, Harry Roberts introduces three types of testing (Proactive, Reactive and Passive) and dives into how and when they should be carried out, and what their aims and outcomes should be. (csswizardry.com) How we made Carousell’s mobile web experience …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday November 5, 2018


Web Design Weekly #337

Headlines Design in China Design in China is still relatively new and with that comes unique challenges and opportunities. In this great post, Tobias van Schneider interviews Guang Yu and Nod Young to enlighten us. (vanschneider.com) React Conf (youtube.com) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 30,191 …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday October 29, 2018


Web Design Weekly #336

Headlines Start Performance Budgeting If you’re building a web experience and want to stay fast, a performance budget can be critical. For success, embrace performance budgets and learn to live within them. (addyosmani.com) Hard Costs of Third-Party Scripts Dave Rupert shares some thoughts around the User …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday October 22, 2018


Web Design Weekly #335

Headlines Designing design systems The Clearleft team share some great insights in how a correctly implemented design system can help large organisations improve their web experience for their customers. (clearleft.com) ARM Instruction Set Includes Optimizations Just for JavaScript (daringfireball.net) …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday October 15, 2018


Web Design Weekly #334

Headlines One Small Step for the Web… Tim Berners-Lee shares some wise words about why he has always believed the web is for everyone and why he is always fighting fiercely to protect it. (medium.com) What is Modular CSS? Modular CSS is a collection of principles for writing code that is performant and …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday October 8, 2018


Web Design Weekly #333

Headlines The 9am Rush Hour Do you feel overwhelmed at the vast array of approaches and tooling? Struggle with performance? Fight almost daily to create compelling apps & sites that work across devices and browsers? If so, you’ll probably enjoy this. (medium.com) Responsive Images An excerpt from his …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Wednesday September 26, 2018


Web Design Weekly #332

Headlines The ‘Capable Web’: A 10 Year Retrospective The Chrome team highlight some of the major changes they have helped bring to the web in the last 10 years. (blog.chromium.org) Accessibility is not a feature Ethan Marcotte shares some strong thoughts about how we should be treating accessibility within …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 11, 2018


Web Design Weekly #331

Headlines The system always kicks back Kyle Peatt explains how the effort required to build a design system is tiny compared to the effort required to maintain it. (ux.shopify.com) The Internet of Garbage (theverge.com) Articles Designers are from Saturn, developers are from Jupiter Albino Tonnina …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday September 3, 2018


Web Design Weekly #330

Headlines Software 2.0 An oldie but a goodie. Andrej Karpathy from the AI team at Tesla shares some thought provoking words around a fundamental shift in how we write software. (medium.com) BackYourStack Discover the open source projects your organization is using that need financial support. (backyourstac…

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday August 20, 2018


Web Design Weekly #329

Headlines The Cost Of JavaScript In 2018 Addy Osmani covers some strategies you can use to deliver JavaScript efficiently while still giving users a valuable experience. (medium.com) The Bullshit Web A must read for anyone that builds for the web. (pxlnv.com) Articles How We Ditched Redux for MobX …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday August 6, 2018


Web Design Weekly #328

Headlines Page Lifecycle API Philip Walton goes into great detail about the new Page Lifecycle API, which allows browsers to better manage resources if you have a crazy amount of tabs open. (developers.google.com) Getting to Know a Legacy Codebase Harry Roberts gives some sound tips about getting to know …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday July 30, 2018


Web Design Weekly #327

Headlines Design Systems at GitHub This post shares a brief history of how the GitHub team grew, what they have been working on, and what’s next. (medium.com) React Developer Roadmap (github.com) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 30,390 passionate designers and developers Articles Designing …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday July 23, 2018


Web Design Weekly #326

Headlines Building the Google Photos Web UI A technical write up about how they Google Photos team solved various challenges, and a peek under the hood of how the web version of Google Photos works. Awesome read. (medium.com) The Speed Update is now rolling out for all users. (googleblog.com) Sponsor Web …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday July 16, 2018


Web Design Weekly #325

Headlines Balancing Time If you have a hard time balancing work, life and free time then hearing about how Sarah Drasner sets up her workflow might help you reconsider your own. (css-tricks.com) The Cost of JavaScript (youtube.com) Bug tracking so simple, it’s like sticky notes on a website. BugHerd …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday July 2, 2018


Web Design Weekly #324

Headlines The Layouts of Tomorrow Max Böck shares an awesome post that highlights why CSS Grid is a game changer in our industry. (mxb.at) A look into the progressive web app for Dark Mofo Not only is the Dark Mofo an awesome music and arts festival the PWA is hot. Great to read about the inner workings …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday June 25, 2018


Web Design Weekly #323

Headlines Introducing the GraphQL Guide A guide that looks at the core fundamentals of GraphQL along with strategies for how to implement it (client-side and server-side). Written by John Resig and Loren Sands-Ramshaw it is sure to be awesome. (graphql.guide) How and When Browsers Download Images (csswizardry…

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday June 18, 2018


Web Design Weekly #322

Headlines Stop “feeding” your users Feeds are a popular design pattern, but Gillian Massel proposes it’s time we came up with something better. (ux.shopify.com) Microsoft + GitHub = Empowering Developers (blogs.microsoft.com) Articles Fostering a Web Performance Culture Web Performance is not only …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday June 11, 2018


Web Design Weekly #321

Headlines Yes, design systems will replace design jobs Design systems have plenty of tactical challenges — how to start, maintain and adapt them, and so on. But arguably the biggest question is cultural: What will happen to software designers’ jobs as their work is increasingly automated? (designsystems.com) …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday May 28, 2018


Web Design Weekly #320

Headlines My Struggle To Learn React Learning can be hard. Admitting that can be harder. In this post Brad Frost shares his recent struggles with React which is quite inspiring. We really don’t see enough of these types of posts. (bradfrost.com) The Front-End Tooling Survey 2018 – Results (ashleynolan.co.uk) …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday May 21, 2018


Web Design Weekly #319

Headlines How Dropbox is making their rebranding work Ariel Verber looks into the the evolution of the Dropbox rebrand. Specifically digging into how the pricing page has changed. Inspiring stuff for anyone that is involved in the design space. (medium.muz.li) Zendesk’s design system is now open source …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday May 14, 2018